by R. turnaway1 - Thursday, August 30, 2007 7:03:09 PM I had the same problem in our offices. Editing the hosts file also will work. or at any other domain. his comment is here
Provide more information over hostory of IMAP development. Also, Outlook2003/Tools/Options/Other/AdvancedOptions/COM Add-Ins/ remove anything that isnt essential, (we removed everything) Hope that helps. In the case of Outlook 2002 and Outlook 2003 there is only one checkbox for enabling encryption for the incoming IMAP server. Hopefully that will help.Another way of getting to the (DOS) Command screen besides the one I described there is to click on Start > Run, type "cmd" without the quotes into
Start here. CommunityCategoryBoardUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Note that in my case outbound mail via smtp.comcast.net was working but inbound mail via mail.comcast.net was failing. But the issue is known and Microsoft never quite cured OL2000.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Outlook 2003 has the same problem.
Need Email Help? I expect to see the 0x800CCC0D error code when there's a DNS problem, and some Googling indicates that 0x800408FC is something of a mystery code that has to do with the Check something for me. Receiving Reported Error 0x800ccc0f Uh...
Please try again later. Outlook Error 0x800ccc0f by AndyPanda45 / March 27, 2005 1:01 AM PST In reply to: Receive but cannot send e-mail; error message 0x800ccc0f Boy, is this error message a nuisance!! For the Server Port Numbers, in the Outgoing (SMTP) section the old webmaster at my work used 5151, but everyone from time to time had the cannot connect the mail.*****.com server. In fact while Outlook is trying and dying slowly as it checks 4 mailboxes, I can click Mozilla Thunderbird's Get Mail button as fast as I can and it will not
I didn't see any value in upgrading Outlook 2003 so I was simply looking for a quick fix, and editing the host file was the quickest fix. The Connection To The Server Was Interrupted Outlook 2013 Sign in to add this video to a playlist. it worked. But Chrome and IE are installed and used regularly.What is XfinityConnect? 0 Kudos Posted by carolannjackson 06-28-2012 05:54 AM Frequent Visitor View All Member Since: 11-13-2009 Posts: 14 Message 7 of
If you > aren't, I doubt it'll fix it, but try with it. > > But, honestly, if you're getting the sameerrorin multiple programs, you > might be better off talking not Exchange. ;-) thanks for the write-up... Send Receive Error Outlook 2013 I get this message: "The server name you entered cannot be found. 0x800ccc0f Outlook jack Methue 2,050 views 1:25 How To..
Click on Properties and then click on the Advanced tab. this content However, I think I found the problem and a workaround: It turns out DNS lookups were NOT working. Gory details: Due to some other sporadic browsing problems when using our local Belkin router as the (default) DNS server, I usually use the Google public DNS servers (184.108.40.206 and All information is > > correct, but the box repeatedly pops up until I hit cancel. Outlook Error 0x800ccc0f Solution
This was working fine up until about the end of 2004 (Oct-Nov?)Funny that it will pull into my webmail fine, but not Outlook. That is the OL2000 as installed from the CD will hang on malformed email as well as some service packs.I don't recall which worked and which didn't. http://www.outlook2003repair.com Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... weblink Which one? (Eg; Windows Live mail, Outlook, a smartphone etc.)Which browser/version do you use?
My online research confirmed the problem was ipv6 and Outlook 2003. 0x800ccc0f Outlook 2016 I tried three different restore points and as is almost routine none of them worked. Open the hosts file with notepad 8.
by J J WITT / January 29, 2005 7:09 AM PST In reply to: The ISP EMAIL Server issue. I spoke to 4 different support people and after going through the same checks of ingoing and outgoing settings with each of them, they each said the fault was with Outlook The Detect and Repair utility in the Help Menu does not solve the problem, nor does disabling Norton 360. Outlook Error 0x800ccc0e Loading...
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and In the meantime, using the IP address should work fine. Help. check over here OutlookRepair101 49,206 views 2:51 Cómo Reparar Error de Outlook 0x800ccc0f - Duration: 2:53.
Do they have a web based email > reader that you can try? > > -- > f.h.- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text - I did add this entry below the other lines: 220.127.116.11mail.comcast.net 9. I bet they haven't!I think you should consider advising your forum readers of the problem. All this computers at home and at work use a linksys router connect to the network.Two things that I see different are the modems used and the ISP.
Valid point about the static DNS entry but I didn't have the time or the need to purchase new software to address the IPv6 issue. I'm thinking there's more to this than balky DNS servers. I can always nslookup the new address if the current IPv4 address changes. (Ping now returns only the Ipv6 address). I am hard wired via ethernet LAN to the router so there is no loss of connection from that perspective.
Report message to a moderator Re: Outlook 2003 error 0x800CCC92 "invalid user name or password" [message #157041] Wed, 11 April 2007 07:55 intrepidlilyMessages: 4Registered: March 2007 Junior Member lingholm 10:21 30 Jul 07 had spent several days trying to sort this with microsoft support / norton etc. Outlook 2003 and IMAP at STRATO via DSL works fine. It showed no problems and I in fact received the test message.Hmmm, now what to do.
None of them appeared to know about the IPv6 issue with Outlook 2003 and none of them suggested unchecking IPv6 in network settings.